Dyson Sphere Program - How to Use Matrix Lab

Dyson Sphere Program - How to Use Matrix Lab

 After long and tedious clicks on the right mouse button to extract resources and construct buildings, you will receive the material "glass", but reasonably ask the question "How to make glass and what is it for?" The answer is simple, glass is needed to build a Matrix Lab. In this guide, we'll show you how to use Matrix Lab and what they are for.

Dyson Sphere Program - How to use the Matrix Lab and what it is for

Matrix laboratories are used to create and process Electromagnetic Matrices, which in turn are required for research.

Creation of a matrix laboratory (Matrix Lab)

First of all, you need to study electromagnetic technologies in the technology tree. This requires 10 magnetic coils and 10 printed circuit boards .

In addition to electromagnetic technology, you need basic logistics system technology. It is also used to transport ore to smelters, so research it as soon as possible.
After you unlock both technologies, you need to create two Matrix Labs. To build them you need:

  1. Iron Ingots - 8 pcs.
  2. Stack of glass (stacks of glass) - 4 pcs.
  3. Circuit Board - 4 pcs.
  4. Electromagnetic coil (Magnetic Coils) - 4 pcs.

  • Note: Glass can be obtained by cleaning the stone in the Replicator.

Automation and correct installation of matrix laboratories

Build two Matrix Labs and connect them with a conveyor belt. Put one in Matrix mode and the other in Research.

Install a sorter on the laboratory working in Matrix mode and set it to "Output" . Then do the same with the Research lab , but set it to "Enter".

Now supply the first laboratory (in Matrix mode) with the necessary materials, and it will be possible to say that the process of obtaining electromagnetic matrices is automated.
After such manipulations, you can go to the "Technologies" menu and explore those that are currently available and have enough resources for them.

  • Note : The main thing is to make sure that you create as many electromagnetic matrices as possible, as you will need a significant amount for research.

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